Some turned out well, some could’ve benefited from a better lens, most would’ve benefited from a better technique. Oh well.

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The rain really helped visualize the difference in underbody airflow between the prototypes and the sports cars. Rooster tails for days.

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I mean if that doesn’t make you want to go inside the fence, I don’t know what will.

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Oh DeltaWing, you were so close to finishing.

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Not the clearest, but I thought it was a cool picture nonetheless.

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Once it got dark you could see the exhaust on this Porsche glow.

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This was my first time at Sebring, and it was awesome. I’m definitely glad I went with a friend who had friends with trailers though...the storm during the two hour red flag would’ve been obnoxious out in the open to say the least.

These guys had a scaffold set up at turn 7 as well, so not only did I get a higher view for some awesome pictures, but I also got a bird’s-eye view of the Patron car passing both Corvette DP cars on consecutive laps to take the lead with under 10 min left. What a great race.